How to change the default color in the visual stuido 2013 theme

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  1. xing
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    Posted 02 Aug Link to this post

    I am going to develop a software with Telerik. want to change the color in the visual stuido 2013 theme. Can anybody help to advise how can I achieve this?
  2. Lance | Tech Support Engineer, Sr.
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    Posted 03 Aug Link to this post

    Hello Xing,

    I'm assuming you mean to ask this in the UI for WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation) forums not UI for UWP (Universal Windows Platform). Therefore, I have changed this thread to the WPF forums.

    To answer your question, you can find this information here in the documentation. We list all of the Color, Brush and Font variables and how to update them.

    Regards,
    Lance | Tech Support Engineer, Sr.
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  3. Maks
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    Posted 16 Aug Link to this post

    When you publish this?
  4. Martin
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    Posted 18 Aug Link to this post

    Hi,

    You can review the way it is proposed to achieve it for the Windows8 theme here. In the VisualStudio2013 theme there are 3 variations that are built-in and you also can take a look at them.

    You can change individual colors globally in the following manner for the VisualStudio2013 theme:
    VisualStudio2013Palette.Palette.AccentColor = Colors.Blue;

    Also you could try our Color Theme Generator where you can modify the brushes runtime and export and paste  in your application the setters for the new values of the brushes. 

    Regards,
    Martin
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